Last weekend, Neil Young & Promise Of The Real made their debut at the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN, performing a monster set of songs throughout their career. Young teamed up with Promise of the Real last year, as the band features Lukas and Micah Nelson – sons of Young’s longtime friend Willie Nelson. Together, they released The Monsanto Years, a folk inspired protest album against the food corporation.All of that aside, the band’s set at Beale Street was highlighted by its opening: a 36-plus minute version of the classic song “Down By The River.” It’s jammed out versions like this that make us proud to listen to the great Neil Young.Thanks to runme69, we have full video of the “Down By The River” opener. Tune in and enjoy:The full setlist from that performance can be read below:Edit this setlist | More Neil Young + Promise of the Real setlists[H/T JamBase]
Danish pension fund Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond (LD) has appointed Carnegie Asset Management and Impax Asset Management to take on two investment mandates.Carnegie Asset Management won a Danish equities mandate that was being tendered by the DKK53.3bn (€7.14bn) fund, and UK firm Impax Asset Management won an environment and climate mandate, LD said.The two new contracts are expected to be in place by 1 April 1.LD said there was stiff competition between investment managers to win the two mandates. Factors such as the quality of investment process, managers’ investment competence and the ability to achieve a good return had carried a heavy weight in the selection process, LD said.Risk management and administrative processes were also important in the eventual choice.Managers’ fee levels had also been important, it said, but it added that price in itself had not been a crucial selection criterion.Bente Anderskouv, head of equities at LD, said: “The mandates we sent out to open competition were attractive ones, so we knew in advance we would be offered reasonable prices.”She said it was satisfying to find that LD had been able to find a couple of managers that were not just good at their job but also suited the way LD liked to work.LD did not disclose the value or duration of the mandates awarded.
Read Also: Chelsea face uncertainty over Abraham injury“Nothing, it was always clear it would be difficult – it was always clear it was difficult. We did very well, but tonight not good enough in decisive moments and that’s what we have to accept.”Liverpool remain in pole position to lift the 2019/20 Premier League trophy, but will need to turn their tie against Atletico next week Wednesday around if they are to progress to the quarter-final stage of the Champions League.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… After the match, Klopp suggested that his team has not been as defensively astute in recent games as they have been for much of the season, and admitted they were just not good enough against Chelsea.“Look, it went our way for so long because we defended outstandingly,” he told LiverpoolFC.com.“Usually you don’t get a lot of chances against us and stuff like this, but now we have to admit that in the last three games – (maybe) four – we have conceded absolutely too many goals, that’s true.“From completely different situations, so it is not one problem, but we see it as well. I am not worried about the momentum – momentum is not something you get as a present, you have to get it to keep it.“We have always a chance to get it back. No, I am not concerned about the momentum, but it is football and we never thought it would be an easy season, it would be an easy period, it would be an easy game tonight. After Chelsea handed Liverpool their third defeat in four matches when they knocked them out of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, manager Jurgen Klopp commented on his side’s concerning dip in form.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made12 Countries With Higest Technology In The World7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? Prior to their loss to Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie last month, Klopp’s team had been on an incredible run across all competitions, especially in the Premier League.However, Liverpool have now lost three of their past four matches, scoring just three times and conceding eight goals in what has been a worrying spell for the European champions.On Tuesday, Frank Lampard’s Blues kicked the Reds out of England’s oldest cup competition courtesy of strikes from Willian and Ross Barkley, ending their treble hopes in the process.
Samir Nasri did have a shot blocked as City looked to make inroads but Hull contained them all too easily, a point underlined when Fernandinho was pushed off the ball by Jake Livermore. Livermore was heavily involved as Hull pounced on some calamitous City defending to seize the lead after 35 minutes. Hart came out to clear when Martin Demichelis hesitated but only found Livermore and had to save his quickfire shot. Pablo Zabaleta then had a chance to clear but Gaston Ramirez nipped in and fired a shot against the post. This time there was no City player nearby and Meyler reacted quickest to tuck home the rebound. It might have got worse for City before the break as they failed to clear a Tom Huddlestone free-kick and the ball fell invitingly for Aluko, but he blazed over. Pellegrini made a change at the break by sending on pacy winger Jesus Navas for the ineffective Fernando. The hosts started the second half better with Dzeko finally extending McGregor as he met a cross from Zabaleta with a snap-shot. David Silva then had a strong appeal for a penalty turned down by referee Jonathan Moss following a challenge in the back by Alex Bruce. James Milner came on for Dzeko as City continued to look for openings but, despite improved possession, their efforts met with frustration. Milner did win a free-kick just outside the box but Nasri delivered it straight into the arms of McGregor. Stevan Jovetic, left out of City’s Champions League squad this week to make way for new signing Wilfried Bony, came on to try to rescue the situation with 16 minutes to go. Bruce responded by sending on his deadline-day signing Dame N’Doye. City enjoyed a stranglehold on possession in the closing stages but their luck did not look like turning. Aguero brilliantly controlled a Nasri cross with 89 minutes on the clock but his deft shot rebounded off the bar. It seemed time might be up but Milner, as the game headed into four minutes of injury time, bent a perfect free-kick around the wall after Aguero was felled by Huddlestone. City looked to be heading to a potentially damaging defeat in their Barclays Premier League title chase after David Meyler struck for relegation battlers Hull after 35 minutes at the Etihad Stadium. But after a dismal first-half display, City showed greater urgency after the break and had a justifiable penalty appeal turned down and hit the woodwork before Milner struck. Milner, who is out of contract in the summer, curled home from the edge of the area for a goal that underlines his enduring value to manager Manuel Pellegrini. City can argue it was the least their efforts deserved after dominating possession but Hull will feel unlucky having got so close to giving their survival push an unlikely but much-needed shot in the arm. Their wait for a first win since New Year’s Day goes on but manager Steve Bruce will at least be encouraged. But despite the positive finish, the result still saw City slip seven points behind leaders Chelsea. The return of Yaya Toure clearly cannot come quickly enough. City have now played six matches without their powerhouse midfielder this season and not won any of them. Hull had the first opportunity of the game when Robbie Brady slipped a ball through to Sone Aluko but Joe Hart dealt comfortably with his shot. City lacked inspiration throughout the first half with their ponderous build-up play lacking any penetration. Edin Dzeko did get his head to a cross but Allan McGregor was not troubled in the Hull goal. Hull sounded the alarm bells after 17 minutes when the impressive Brady whipped in a cross from the left and Ahmed Elmohamady charged in at the back post to thump a header against the post. Press Association Substitute James Milner struck a superb injury-time free-kick as lacklustre champions Manchester City rescued a point with a 1-1 draw against Hull.
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